Title: The Simple Cobler of Aggavvamm in America
Publisher: Ipswich Historical Socity, Salem, Mass
Publication Date: 1906
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
From title page, "Willing to Help 'mend His Native Country, Lamentably Tattered, Both the Upper-Leather and Sole, with All the Honest Stitches he Can Take. And as Willing Never to Be Paid for His Work, By Old English Wonted Pay. It is his Trade to Patch All the Year Long, Gratis, Therefore I Pray Gentlemen keep your purses. The Fourth Edition, with some Amendments". Facsimile reprint. Number 81 of 400 copies printed by Ipswich Historical Society. Written by Nathaniel Ward (1578-1652) an English clergyman and writer who codified the Massachusetts Laws (1641). The pamphlet is a vigorously written account defending the status quo and attacking among other things, tolerance. Deals with the relationship between Church and State. Very good clean copy. Bookseller Inventory # 13123
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